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  • Growth spurt in WWPL puts new options on the table for 2019
    The Western Washington Premier League (WWPL) has added 4 new clubs so far for the 2019 season. With the loss of 1 that puts the regional men’s premier circuit at 10 members right now. The growth spurt means the league will surely see some schedule changes for the upcoming season, tentatively set to kick off... Continue Reading →
  • VIDEO BUZZ: West Seattle Soccer Club turns 50
    The West Seattle Soccer Club celebrates its 50th year of operations in 2018. Founder Joe Smith narrates the club’s origins and tells the stories of the club’s many noted players. Jim McAlister, one of the club’s original players, recalls the early days of youth soccer and its role in shaping his professional career. Current coaches... Continue Reading →
  • Free webinar series on Coaching Communication
    FREE 5-part webinar series on Coaching Communications with Reed Maltbie, Developer of The Excellence Equation All webinars on Wednesdays at 11 am PT, 12 noon MT, 1 pm CT, 2 pm ET Coaching Communication 101: Captivate your audience regardless of age or ability, 21 November 2018 Introducing the first in the 5-part GO! Chase Excellence... Continue Reading →
  • Huskies host Lipscomb in NCAA First Round
    SEATTLE — Washington has earned its third-straight trip to the NCAA Tournament and will host Atlantic Sun Champs Lipscomb University in a first-round match on Thursday at Husky Soccer Stadium. Source: Huskies Host Lipscomb in NCAA First Round The reaction. 👏#GoHuskies // #NCAASoccer pic.twitter.com/VXCYXsaLzJ — Washington Men's Soccer (@UW_MSoccer) November 12, 2018 Still playing. ⚽️#GoHuskies... Continue Reading →
  • Stars Reserves Open WISL Season With 8-2 Win
    WISL REGULAR SEASON Tacoma Stars Reserves 8, Olympic Force 2 TACOMA, Wash. – The Tacoma Stars Reserves exploded for five goals in the second quarter and then held the Oly-Pen Force scoreless … Source: Stars Reserves Open WISL Season With 8-2 Win
  • Peninsula Pirates Women raise 2018 NWAC Flag
    (NWACsports.org) Clark College’s historically dominant defense finally faltered Sunday afternoon, as the second-ranked Peninsula College Pirates claimed the NWAC women’s soccer championship by a score of 2-0. In a dominant run, the third-ranked Clark College Penguins have allowed just one goal in the last thirteen games. It took just four minutes for the second-best offense... Continue Reading →
  • Tacoma Titans Men take 2018 NWAC Trophy
    (NWACsports.org) The second-ranked Tacoma College Titans won a physical and sometimes chippy NWAC men’s soccer championship in a matchup of two high-octane offenses, defeating the third-ranked Whatcom Community College Orcas by a score of 2-0. Tacoma head coach Jason Prenovost won the Coach of the Year title, while sophomore forward Alex Whiting won the tournament... Continue Reading →
  • Brain Training with Connor Hartley: The Power of “Yet”
    My name is Connor Hartley. I’m a mental performance consultant from Tacoma, Washington. I teach mental skills to athletes, musicians, students, and other types of performers, including elite athletes in soccer, basketball and golf. I have a master’s degree in mental health counseling with a focus in sport psychology from Boston University, and a bachelor’s in... Continue Reading →
  • Cougars Cruise Into The NCAA Second Round
    WSU dominated Montana, 5-1, to advance on in the NCAA Tournament. Source: Cougars Cruise Into The NCAA Second Round
  • Huskies put on all-around clinic in season finale against Oregon State
    If there’s ever such a thing as peaking at the right time, the No. 25 Washington men’s soccer team is currently doing it right now. Source: Huskies put on all-around clinic in season finale against Oregon State
  • Sounders ousted by rival Timbers 4-2 on PKs in West semifinals
    Dairon Asprilla scored the deciding penalty as the Portland Timbers survived a wild second half and extra time to defeat the Sounders 4-2 in a shootout and advance to the MLS Western Conference finals. Source: Sounders ousted by rival Timbers 4-2 on PKs in West semifinals
  • NWC Champion Lutes Men Land 7 Award Winners
    The Northwest Conference office unveiled its end of the year award winners for the sport on men’s soccer on Tuesday with seven members of the two-time Northwest Conference Champion Pacific Lutheran University men’s soccer team earning recognition. Source: NWC Champion Men’s Soccer Lands 7 Award Winners
  • Madsen Leads Five Saints To GNAC All-Conference Team
    LACEY, Wash. – The Saints finished the season with most wins, and their first winning season in GNAC play since 2009, and the rest of the conference recognized the efforts of the Saints. Brandon Madsen, for the second straight year was selected unanimously to the GNAC first team All-Conference, while Sebastian Navarro earned second team... Continue Reading →
  • Meraz-Rodriguez Leads Evergreen All-Star Parade
    For the second straight year, the Evergreen featured the Newcomer of the Year in Cascade Collegiate Conference men’s soccer. Source: Meraz-Rodriguez Leads Evergreen All-Star Parade  
  • Halftime in the MLS conference semifinals
    The MLS conference semifinals can be tricky even for the team holding the lead and the away goals tiebreaker with plenty to consider for all eight teams. Source: Halftime in the MLS conference semifinals
  • Former ‘Iolani star Rachel Bowler helps boost Seattle into NCAA soccer tournament
    As they waited to hear their name called during Monday’s selection show for the NCAA Division I women’s soccer tournament, members of the Seattle University women’s soccer team were going back and forth between whether they would play USC or UCLA. Source: Former ‘Iolani star Rachel Bowler helps boost Seattle into NCAA soccer tournament
  • West Seattle High School girls start state tournament play Tuesday
    Source: SOCCER: West Seattle High School girls start state tournament play Tuesday West Seattle travels to Gig Harbor in the WIAA playoffs Tuesday November 6.
  • Whitman Tops Whitworth, Claims Share of NWC Title
    David Chavarin scored early in the second half with what proved to be the gamewinner, Oscar Harding sealed the win with a goal just before full time and the Whitman College men’s soccer team clinched a share of the Northwest Conference title on the final day of the season with a 3-1 win over Whitworth,... Continue Reading →
  • Tacoma Stars Reserves Capture WISL Preseason Tournament Title
    Originally posted on WISL - Fifth Season: BREMERTON, Wash. – Behind a first half goal by Jeff Bader and a shutout by goalkeeper Mike Arguello, the Tacoma Stars Reserves White squad captured the 2018 Western Indoor Soccer League Preseason Tournament with a 1-0 win over Bellingham United on Saturday night at the Oly-Pen Sports Center.…
  • ‘Kick MS with Claudia’ event is a rousing success | Issaquah Reporter
    Togetherness is a mantra of the Issaquah community. Source: ‘Kick MS with Claudia’ event is a rousing success | Issaquah Reporter Issaquah High School 2018 graduate Claudia Longo has always loved the town she’s called home more than anything. The Issaquah community displayed their affinity for Longo throughout the duration of the Issaquah/Lake Stevens playoff... Continue Reading →
  • Olympia player back on the field only 3 months after Achilles injury
    For anyone who plays or even watches sports, they know that an Achilles tendon injury can be a career altering injury. But for Carlos, a former semi-pro soccer player, he has had to deal with this injury not once, but twice – and is still on the field playing soccer and even he is surprised.... Continue Reading →
  • Seattle Sounders to face Portland Timbers in Western Conference Semifinals
    The Audi 2018 MLS Cup Playoffs are getting a dose of Cascadia. The Seattle Sounders will visit the Portland Timbers on Sunday, Nov. 4 (2:30 p.m. PT; ESPN) in Leg 1 of the Western Conference Semifinals, with the Sounders hosting the decisive Leg 2 on Thursday, Nov. 8 at CenturyLink Field at 7:30 p.m. Source:... Continue Reading →
  • Huskies hold Ramblers to two shots in shutout effort
    Before Thursday night’s game against the No. 23 Washington men’s soccer team, Loyola Chicago had posted eight shutouts on the season, tied for 10th most in the country. Source: Huskies hold Ramblers to two shots in shutout effort, extend winning streak to three But the Huskies (11-7-0, 5-4-0 Pac-12) jumped on the Ramblers (9-6-2, 3-1-2... Continue Reading →
  • Two-time defending champions EWU bounced in first round of Big Sky Tournament
    Source: Two-time defending champions EWU bounced in first round of Big Sky Tournament  

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